Parliamentary business for the week beginning Monday 3 December 2018

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Monday 3 December 2018
TimeBusiness
4.30pmWestminster Hall debate
e-petition 226071 relating to not holding a second referendum on E.U. membership - Paul Scully
Tuesday 4 December 2018
TimeBusiness
9.30amWestminster Hall debate
The effect of ATM closures on towns, high streets and rural communities - Ged Killen
11amWestminster Hall debate
Cared-for children educated out of area - Gordon Henderson
2.30pmWestminster Hall debate
Mental health and wellbeing in schools - Layla Moran
4pmWestminster Hall debate
Animal rescue centres - Jim Fitzpatrick
4.30pmWestminster Hall debate
Financial threat to the next generation - Richard Drax
Wednesday 5 December 2018
TimeBusiness
9.30amWestminster Hall debate
Future of free schools and academies in England - Greg Hands
11amWestminster Hall debate
Services at Southend hospital - Sir David Amess
2.30pmWestminster Hall debate
Reforming the regulation of shisha lounges - Shabana Mahmood
4pmWestminster Hall debate
Provision of affordable credit for people on low incomes - Frank Field
4.30pmWestminster Hall debate
Gender pay gap - Stella Creasy
Thursday 6 December 2018
TimeBusiness
1.30pmWestminster Hall debate
Select Committee Statement on the publication of the Eighth Report of the Education Committee, Nursing degree apprenticeships, HC 1017 - Robert Halfon
Westminster Hall debate
The use of Section 21 evictions in the private rented sector - Ms Karen Buck
Friday 7 December 2018
The House of Commons was in recess. The House next sat on Saturday 08 December 2018.


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